Saturday, August 20, 2016

National Radio Day 2016

It's National Radio Day!

There are quite a few actors withing the Star Wars Actors Database who were involved with radio in one way or another.  Some were actors who worked on radio-based stories/plays/dramatizations, some were a part of the Star Wars Radio Dramatizations, some were on air personalities/disc jockeys, others made radio commercials.


Of the actors with links currently up at the SWAD, these actors have worked in radio. Here are the actors' pages and you will find their radio credits listed within:

Alaskey, Joe - voices in The Phantom Menace

Arkin, Adam - voice of Fixer in A New Hope Radio Drama


Bateman, Paul - Meena Tills - Mon Calamari at Opera House in Revenge of the Sith

Bauersfeld, Erik - voice of Admiral Ackbar in Return of the Jedi

Beach, Scott - Stormtrooper voice "The Death Star plans are NOT in the main computer."

Begley, Jr., Ed - voice of Boba Fett in Return of the Jedi Radio Drama

Bergen, Bob - voices for a slew of Star Wars video games

Birney, David - voice of Anakin Skywalker in Return of the Jedi Radio Drama

Burns, Donny - voiced several episodes in the Droids animated TV series


Chato, Paul - voice of Chukha-Trok in Ewoks animated TV series


Daniel, Robert Pike - voiced 2 Star Wars video games

Daniels, Anthony - voice of C-3PO (all)

Dicks, John - Captain Lennox in The Empire Strikes Back


Gerety, Anne - voice of Aunt Beru in Star Wars (A New Hope) Radio Drama


Hamill, Mark - Luke Skywalker in the OT and TFA, VIII

Henderson, Don - General Cassio Tagge in Star Wars

Hollis, John - Lobot in The Empire Strikes Back


McCrindle, Alex - General Jan Dodonna in Star Wars

McGovern, Terry - voices of Stormtroopers in Star Wars


Sturgeon, Peter - Sai'torr Kal Fas - Saurin (was replaced for unknown reasons in the final cut of the film)


Walter, Jerry - voice of Stormtrooper in Star Wars

Welsh, Pat - voice of Boushh in Return of the Jedi



Some of the more prolific radio actors had many shows under their belts, occasionally these can be found out there in the webisphere.

Enjoy!





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